After our catastrophic fire, we're excited to offer a reimagined "Goose" as an outdoor venue serving cold beer, wine, and cocktails!
EVENTS & Live music
Currently Booking MUSIC
MAY - OCTOBER 2023
Interested in playing at the Goose?
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Shawn Swain & Torrin Daniels of Kitchen Dwellers - Henry Pepin - Weston Lewis - Juice Box Band - North Fork Crossing - Matt Wallin - Elijah Starkey - Glorieta Pines - Cole Decker - Tyler James & Kali Armstrong - Alex Driskell - Chris Acker & The Growing Boys - Paul Kupfer - Karyn Ann - Cayden Agre - Nate Turner - Eric Holder - Eva Via
Pure Prairie League at Arch Park
2023 Vendor Spaces
AVAILABLE VENDOR SPACE
Currently LOOKING FOR 2o23 VENDORS
We are currently accepting vendors for 2023, contact us if you are interested in an opportunity to have your own food truck or retail space next to Yellowstone National Park!
Interested? Please Contact US!
GOOSE SPECIALTY DRINKS
HUCKLEBERRY VODKA LEMONADE
Montana Made Cold Springs Huckleberry Vodka, shaken with lemonade and huckleberry syrup, garnished with fresh lemon & rosemary
Hornitos Tequila, lime, sweet sour, a splash of orange juice & Chambord
The Curtis family has owned and operated the Goose since 1996, but the Goose has existed long before we came into its story! It was only in 1996 when "Red" was added to the name, after Red Curtis, and his wife Rosella, known as Rosie, came to town.
Red and Rosie were highschool sweethearts, they reunited when Red returned from the war. Originally from Oklahoma, they found their way to Montana when Red began working for the Northern Pacific Railroad. In the summer months, Red would run the passenger train from Livingston to Gardiner bringing tourists to Yellowstone.
Throughout the years with their son Chuck, the three would enjoy their summers camping and fly fishing their way through Canada, The Northwest Territories, and Yellowstone.
It was not until 1996 when Red and Rosie purchased the Goose. At the same time, Chuck and his wife Lisa purchased the two adjacent buildings, which became Rosie's Bistro and Rosie's Roost, a rooftop bar overlooking Yellowstone. As the years went on they acquired the Two Bit Saloon, and the surrounding buildings that housed Two Bit City and Yellowstone Raft Company.
Red and Rosie have since passed, but live on in our hearts and memories. Chuck and Lisa went on to have five kids and two grandkids who help run the business today. We are proudly 3 generations owned and operated.
On July 14, 2020, a devastating fire began in the Two-Bit Saloon. The fire quickly engulfed the building comprised of the Saloon, Dance Hall, Two-Bit City, and Yellowstone Raft Company. A south wind that day led the fire to jump the alley, igniting Rosie’s and our apartment above Rosie's. Despite the efforts from our local volunteer firefighters, it was soon apparent that the fire could not be contained. In a bid to save the rest of the block, the Goose took it for the town when a bulldozer was driven through the front door of the Goose to create a fire break.This maneuver was successful. While the loss of our establishments have lefta scar on Gardiner, we are beyond gratefulthat no one was hurt.
Well we don't yet know what's next for us, we welcome you to come visit us at our new outdoor venue in Gardiner, MT!